|Volume 60||Number 9||December, 2009|
You know how magazine publishers like to galvanize you to action with breathless “This will be your last issue—renew now” warnings as your subscription expires? This month, we really mean it:
This is your final issue of the Chemical Bond in its current format: printed, bound, and mailed.
... and a galvanic response is entirely appropriate. But next month, the Chemical Bond will be all-electronic. You can’t renew.
What can you do, then?
St Louis Section–ACS
PO Box 220291
Saint Louis, MO 63122-0291
and ask to have the web page printed and mailed to you. Be sure to include your full mailing address and your ACS member number. (You can just copy or cut out the printed address on the back cover of this issue. See p. 7.) We will ask you to renew this request every year to be sure we have up-to-date information.
Will you be needing the webBond printed and mailed to you?
Note: this item is pertinent only for the paper Chemical Bond. Besides, if you’re reading this, you can get to the internet, so your answer is “no.” If, somehow, you decide to use this to request a printed copy, be sure to include your mailing address and national ACS member number (from an old Chemical Bond or a current Chemical & Engineering News.—Ed.
If you won’t be able to access the webBond on the internet starting in January, we’ll print it and mail it to you on request. It won’t be as pretty as the booklet format you’re used to, but it will provide all the information you need to keep up with Section news and activities.
Please help us adhere to the spirit of our web-only Bond. Request mailing only if you can’t get to the internet. Cut this item out—your contact information will be on the other side—confirm your request below, and mail to:
St Louis Section–ACS
P.O. Box 220291
Saint Louis, MO 63122-0291
Yes, please mail a printed copy of the webBond to me at the address on the other side. This request is effective for all issues in 2010 or until I send you other instructions.
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Every December, the St Louis Section holds a fancier than average board meeting to celebrate the year’s achievements, recognize certain members, and pass the gavel to the new slate of section officers. There is also the Henry Godt Memorial Lecture, recapping the past year, which is given by a surprise speaker.
For many members, this is the only event they attend each year. Please join us on December 10 at Glen Echo Country Club: social hour and open bar (beer, wine, soft drinks) at 5:30 p.m; dinner at 6:30 and the meeting will begin during dinner. Cost is $30.00 per person. Please send the reservation form on page 6 with your payment by December 1.
Thursday, December 10, 2009 at Glen Echo Country Club,3401 Lucas and Hunt Rd
St. Louis, MO 63121
5:30 pm Social hour, open bar (beer, wine, soft drinks)
6:30 pm Dinner and meeting
Please send reservations by December 1st to:
Dr. William Doub
1114 Market St., Rm. 1002
Saint Louis, MO 63101
Make checks payable to St. Louis Section–ACS
Number attending _____ × $30 each = amount remitted $____________
Choice of entrée (number of each): fish _____ or steak _____
St Louis SectionACS Board of Directors meets the second Thursday of each month, usually at the Glen Echo Country Club ( map). Meetings are open to all members, and all are encouraged to attend. Elected officers and chairs of major committees vote on questions put to the Board; others in attendance have voice but no vote.
December’s meeting is the Continuity Dinner. Even if you never attend any Section functions, you might want to put this one on your calendar. Reserve by December 1.
Date: Dec 10
Social hour, open bar (beer, wine, soft drinks): 5:30 pm
Dinner and meeting with all the extras: 6:30 pm
Future Meetings: Jan 7 (note: first Thursday), Feb 11
Seminars start at 4 pm in Room 12 Monsanto Hall, except as noted. For more information, contact the Chemistry Department, 314-977-2850.
Dr Kathleen V Kilway
University of Missouri–Kansas City
Fridays at 4 pm in 451 Benton Hall, unless otherwise specified. Refreshments 15 minutes prior to seminar time. For more information, contact the Chemistry Department, 314.516.5311.
C Michael Drain
Hunter College, City University of New York
New Concepts for the Applications of Metalloporphyrinoids
Seminars are in McMillen 311 at 4 pm unless otherwise noted. For information, contact Lev Gelb, email@example.com.
At press time, no seminars were on for December.
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